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The government of South Sudan accuses the RSF of recruiting soldiers inside the borders

The government of South Sudan accused the Rapid Support militia of recruiting southern rebels against the Armed Forces
The army of South Sudan deployed troops and heavy weapons on the border with Sudan to counter an expected attack by the rapid support with the southern rebels on a number of vital areas, especially in the oil regions
Photos showed a number of Southerners wearing Rapid Support clothing in the areas of kalakla and East Nile, where a force of them clashed for about a month at a station 13 in East Nile
In the same context, the effects of the meeting of the militia leader hemedti with the leaders of the Dinka NOK Luka Byung and Francis Deng angered the Misseriya, and this step led to large withdrawals among the Misseriya people with rapid support, the government of South Sudan accused the Rapid Support militia of recruiting southern rebels against the Armed Forces
The army of South Sudan deployed troops and heavy weapons on the border with Sudan to counter an expected attack by the rapid support with the southern rebels on a number of vital areas, especially in the oil regions
Photos showed a number of Southerners wearing Rapid Support clothes in the areas of kalakla and East Nile, where a force of them clashed for about a month at a station 13 in East Nile


In the same context, the effects of the meeting of the militia leader hemedti with the Dinka leaders NOK Luka Byung and Francis Deng angered Misseriya, and this step led to large withdrawals among the Misseriya people with Rapid Support
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